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Review and ***Giveaway***: The Imposter - How a Juvenile Criminal Succeeded in Business and Life

Wednesday, December 23, 2009 60 Post-It Notes

Every once in awhile you read a book that speaks to you. One that for good or bad parallels your own life. Kip Kreiling's The Imposter - How a Juvenile Criminal Succeeded in Business and Life is one of those books. Kip's amazing story featuring his addiction recovery, personal growth, and faith can resonate on some level with everyone who has the opportunity to read this. Kip has found 8 simple principles of human transformation that will help anyone achieve their aspirations. What are those 8 principles? Well I can't give you all the details now can I? ;) Buy the book on Amazon and make sure to check out the 5 Star Reviews as well!






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    • Begins today December 23, 2009 and ends on January 6, 2010! Winner will be announced January 7, 2010. Open to 18+ USA. You must leave your email so I can contact you if you win. You will have 48 hours to respond or I will choose a new winner. Winners will be chosen using random.org.
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    60 Post-It Notes »

  • blueviolet said:  

    The Five Love Languages made a huge impact on me.
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  • Benita said:  

    A book that changed my life- I'm OK, You're OK by Eric Berne.

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  • mverno said:  

    chicken soup for grandparents mverno@roadrunner.com

  • Genny said:  

    All of the Chicken Soup for the Soul books have changed my life. They inspire me to be a better person, attain my goals, and love everyone and every day fully.

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  • ScrewLucy said:  

    Uncle Tom's Cabin affected me so powerfully at age 15 that it is the only standard I go to for ideal Christianity besides the Bible.

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  • Carolyn said:  

    The best book you may ever read: Total Money Makeover: http://bit.ly/daveramsey

    It hasn't just changed how we think about money, it has positively effected how we spend our time, use our talents, etc.

    Hope you have a chance to read it... it will change you too! (if it hasn't already)

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  • Benita said:  

    Many years ago I read I'm OK, You're OK by Eric Berne. It changed my life.

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  • jakiesmom said:  

    Pretty much any book by agatha christie..she was the only author i would read for FUN when i was young...i hated reading...but her books were so good i couldn't stop!

  • chromiumman said:  

    the moon is a harsh mistress by robert heinlein really helped form my political outlook on life

  • erma said:  

    The book that changed my life was the tightwad gazette. It taught me how to be frugal and save money.
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  • Smooshy said:  

    Natural Cures They Don't Want You to Know About changed my life because it encouraged me to eat organic. I've lost weight and am healthier than I've ever been!

  • Kimberly said:  

    One book that changed my life was the grade school classic Hatchet. It really made me appreciate all of our technology and think about if I could survive by myself (probably not!).

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  • Anonymous said:  

    The Diary of Anne Frank, was very moving!
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  • ktgonyea said:  

    Who moved my cheese was very helpful to me :)

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  • demmi said:  

    when I was younger and read Carrie it changed my life by making a reader out of me
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  • packerfantimmy said:  

    The Bible has been the book that has the most affect on me but another book that affected me greatly was 'Save me from myself' by Brian "Head" Welch, the guitarist from the rock band Korn who writes about his re-birth as a Christian after hitting bottom while "on top of the world" in one of the biggest bands in the world at the time and how he just walked away and gave it all up "to fix himself" and his family.
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  • Maja said:  

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  • kngmckellar said:  

    The only book that has changed me is the bible.

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  • Nancy S. said:  

    I don't know if it changed my life, but Valley of the Dolls was the first adult book I read and I could not put it down. I must have been about twelve or thirteen.
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  • lilyk said:  

    A book that changed my life was The Catcher in the Rye.

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    I subscribed to your blog.

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  • Gianna said:  

    The Bible most definitely :)

  • Bonnie M. said:  

    Man's Search For Meaning really made me think about things in a different way.

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  • Bonita12 said:  

    I have learned a lot thru my books in bible study. I also enjoyed this recent book "There's More To Life Than the Corner Office."

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